We are pleased to announce the 8.1 release of Topicus KeyHub. The main focus of this release is to improve the usability of password management in KeyHub. It is recommended to update your KeyHub deployment.
Passwords in Topicus KeyHub
TKH-554 Password management has always been a hard topic to understand in KeyHub. With release 8.1, Topicus KeyHub greatly simplifies this by taking the user through this configuration step by step. It is now required to have a KeyHub password, which may be synchronised to your corporate directory. Users who do not have a KeyHub password will be prompted to provide one at their first logon.
Access rotating password on all pages
TKH-578 The feature to use a rotating password, which was introduced in KeyHub 8.0, has seen major improvement in 8.1. A quick access button is added in the main menu in the lower left corner of the screen. Via this button you can access your password from everywhere in KeyHub. The feature is now more prominently positioned as well in both the registration wizard and the password configuration wizard.
Group administrator is now called group manager
TKH-575 The use of the terms KeyHub administrator and group administrator were a common cause of confusion. From now on, group administrators are called group managers throughout KeyHub. The function and privileges of these users remains the same.
The following smaller improvements and bugfixes were made:
TKH-569Entire bar is now clickable for opening and closing your vault
TKH-571Fixed rotating passwords on Active Directory when account is not active
TKH-572Removed return character at end of the rotating password
TKH-573Fixed the menu on some pages on mobile
TKH-576Modification requests did not show admins for some users
TKH-577Fixed a foreign key constraint violation when deleting some accounts
TKH-579You can now use port ranges in callback URLs for OAuth2 applications
TKH-580Users who did not yet create a vault were unable to logon (Fixed in 8.1-1)
TKH-581KeyHub kept asking for 2fa at logon (Fixed in 8.1-1)